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All the Dead Were Strangers

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After a 10 year separation, Conrad Voort meets his childhood pal Meecham Keene for drinks and finds him frightened & depressed. Within hours he has disappeared, the only clue five names he had scribbled on a napkin, and these people are all dying.
Sleeping Dogs

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Sequel to Butchers Boy. He comes out of hiding, and the crime bosses should have just left him alone!
Dead Aim

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Thomas Perry writes characters that could be any one of us. In this book, an ordinary man is forced to deal with extraordinary challenges and and people from a violent world he has never been exposed to. A great growth path of the average guy and how we adapt to survive.
The Butcher's Boy

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The first book by this author. And what a book it is. Great story telling, compelling characters. So glad it was re-published.
Tell No One

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Dr. David Beck's wife is taken from the lake and murdered. Eight years later he begins to believe she's still alive. How can that be? Why? Who? Hmmmm Actually a very good book.
Without Fail: (Jack Reacher 6)

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#5 in the Jack Reacher series. The Secret Service asks Jack to attempt to assassinate the vice-president as a security test..but there are very serious implications.
Die Trying: (Jack Reacher 2)

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The second Jack Reacher novel. Jack and a female FBI agent are held hostage by the Montana Militia. Grabbing Jack was a huge mistake.
Finding Moon: Novel, A

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I think this is the best of all Tony Hillerman books. Totally different. Great characters (as he always creates great characters!), but the story is top notch.
Metzger's Dog: A Novel

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Without question one of my favorite fiction books of all time. Chinese Gordon and his pals should have a series of their own. Of course, he shows up very briefly in "Island", but we want more.
Just One Look

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Her husband's disappeared, her kids have been threatened, the police don't believe her, and all her friends seem to have something to hide.
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